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11 Best Wedding Venues in Worcestershire

Author: Sophie Drew

If you’re searching for wedding venues in Worcestershire you’re in for a treat. From luxury marquees, to historic Abbeys, to rustic barns, Worcestershire has it all. With scenic views in the countryside and Malvern Hills, this county makes the perfect place for those special wedding day photos. Whatever style you’re looking for, you’ll be able to find it here. This list showcases the different options that Worcestershire offers, so make sure you check all of them out! From medieval Cathedrals to art galleries, to Alpaca farms, to sports clubs, there is a lot to see and do in Worcestershire. They take pride in their local festivals, theatres, and award-winning pubs, so if that’s what you’re into, you’re in luck. If Worcestershire isn’t for you, don’t worry, we have a large selection of wedding venues in other locations to choose from.

1) Alcott Weddings

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First on the list of Worcestershire wedding venues is Alcott Weddings. This exclusive-use wedding venue is situated in the countryside and conveniently located near Birmingham and Stratford. Couples can have luxury marquees or tipis placed near the tranquil lake. At this unique wedding venue, couples can host up to 450 wedding guests. This location provides a romantic ambiance and stunning views, perfect for those all-important wedding day photos. There’s even space in the field for outdoor games or even a bouncy castle if you’re looking to add some more fun to your wedding celebrations. There are several structure styles that you can choose from. They have the Capris Marquee, their beautiful Tipis, a Clear Span Marquee, Yurts, and a Canvas Marquee, perfect for the warmest months. Although they don’t have a civil ceremony license, ceremonies take place with a wedding celebrant and a registrar’s office will fulfill the legal side of the marriage.

2) Redhouse Barn

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Nestled in 5 acres of gorgeous grounds surrounded by stunning countryside views. This charming barn combines rustic and contemporary decor. Redhouse Barn is licensed to hold civil ceremonies for up to 105 guests in their 200-year-old Redbrick Barn and up to 160 guests in their Timbered Barn. The Barns have been built using environmentally friendly technology too! Alternatively, for an outdoor ceremony, their gorgeous Oak Pergola in the rear courtyard garden would be a perfect choice. There are also three local churches within a mile of the barns if you’d prefer a traditional ceremony. Their award-winning catering team gives couples the option to create their own bespoke menu for 60-160 guests. During the Winter months, couples can sit and chat with drinks in the ‘snug’ area with a cosy log burner. Couples can enjoy a wedding breakfast for up to 160 guests and an evening reception for up to 200 guests in their charming barns.

3) Bewdley Museum and Guildhall

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Set in a beautiful historic town, Bewdley Museum and Guildhall are located near a picturesque river, both providing beautiful backdrops for wedding photos. This historic venue can offer both indoor and outdoor ceremonies so couples have the choice. Outdoor weddings are held in Green Theatre which is set within the magical and breathtaking formal Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Gardens, with beautiful flowers, a pond, and gorgeous gardens surrounding the area. Doesn’t this sound like the perfect venue? The museum’s historic Shambles and Sawyard provides additional space that couples can opt to use for a drinks reception or just another place to celebrate. Their walled Herb Garden can also be used for (standing) evening or drinks receptions. Civil ceremonies are held in their magnificent Georgian room in Guildhall which is a former courtroom, which again offers both charm and history.


4) Brockencote Hall Hotel

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Next on this list of wedding venues in Worcestershire is Brockencote Hall Hotel. Their beautiful Victorian mansion is idyllic for wedding photos, with a grand sweeping driveway, a tranquil lake, landscaped gardens, and a newly restored Dovecote. This exclusive use wedding venue can offer civil ceremonies and receptions in several function rooms. Couples can have a drinks reception or canapes on Le Colonial Bar or terrace and take advantage of all that they have to offer. This country house has various other event spaces to choose from such as the large award-winning restaurant, conservatory, and Swan Bar. In terms of accommodation, this wedding venue has a lot to offer. There are 21 luxury bedrooms in the hotel which are included when you choose the exclusive-use option that the venue has to offer.

5) Stanbrook Abbey

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The historic architecture and contemporary interior make the perfect blend of charm and elegance. Situated in the secluded Malvern Hills this wedding venue offers panoramic views of the beautiful Worcestershire countryside. Stanbrook Abbey can accommodate grand celebrations and small intimate weddings with their range of event spaces. Couples can choose to host pre-wedding celebrations in the Cellars which even has a private games room! This wedding venue also features 70 bedrooms that the newlyweds and their loved ones can relax and unwind in after a special day full of celebrating. Couples can choose to say ‘I do’ in their gorgeous grounds outside or in one of the beautiful Abbey rooms. Couples can host up to 200 guests for a ceremony, up to 280 guests for dining, and up to 400 guests for an evening reception.

6) Birtsmorton Court

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Next on the list of wedding venues in Worcestershire is a secluded manor house in the Malvern Hills. This family-owned wedding venue has a friendly atmosphere and individual service to ensure that every wedding is tailored and that each couple gets their dream wedding day. Birtsmorton court can host up to 80 guests for a civil ceremony in the court or up to 200 guests in the Garden Room. You can start your celebrations as newlyweds on the terrace with bubbles and nibbles and the beautiful countryside views and the moat. Next couples can have their reception in their rose-filled garden where guests can drink, dance, and take advantage of the beautiful area for wedding day photos. In the colder months, couples can opt to celebrate and sip mulled wine in the Great Hall by the crackling fires. How cosy does that sound?


7) Manor Hill House

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Next on the list of wedding venues in Worcestershire is Manor Hill House. This wedding venue is in the idyllic countryside, so it’s surrounded by gorgeous views. They have a fun and flexible approach which gives couples the option to create their own bespoke day. There are contemporary rooms inside that are licensed for ceremonies, however, if you’re looking for an outdoor ceremony there are a few options. Perfect for the Summer months, the Pavillion, marquee, or their rustic barn. With the exclusive-use option that this wedding venue offers, couples have to choose to extend their experience throughout the night by taking advantage of the luxury accommodation. They have 3 individually designed guest bedrooms as well as a romantic honeymoon suite for the newlyweds to relax in after celebrating throughout the day and partying at the evening reception.

8) Arely House & Gardens

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Surrounded by the stunning walled gardens of Arley Arboretum and 1,600 acres of woodland, the award-winning Arely House & Gardens is in the ideal location for couples who love nature. There are 6 individually designed function rooms for couples to choose from. In the elegant De Port room up to 120 guests can dine. Whether you’re planning an indoor wedding, outdoor wedding, or Asian wedding, they can accommodate all styles. This exclusive-use venue also has the option of setting up marquees and tipi wedding receptions on their grounds for up to 350 guests, in the warmer months. Smaller weddings with up to 120 guests can be held in the main house. Couples can also enjoy a drinks reception on the terrace, which provides panoramic views that will make the perfect backdrop for those all-important wedding day photos.

9) Deer Park Weddings

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Next on the list of wedding venues in Worcestershire is an exclusive-use countryside venue with a vineyard. Deer Park spaces both inside and outside for civil ceremonies. Their two main function rooms are The Bredon Room and Pannelled Hall, but across their venue, they have a selection of lounge areas, bars, fireplaces, and 2 beautiful Pavilions. In the Bredon Room, there is a wall of glass that looks out over the vineyard where they grow award-winning wines and the grounds where the deer roam around. This unique wedding venue works with experienced caterers to create a bespoke menu that suits the couple and their wedding plans. They take extra care in ensuring they can accommodate different preferences, allergies, and dietary requirements. The menu can be anything from afternoon tea to a classic Summer BBQ or even 3-course alfresco dining if that’s more your style.

10) Brinsop Court

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The next Worcestershire wedding venue is a grade I listed medieval moated manor that has been restored. Brinsop Court welcomes unhurried, multiple-day celebrations so that couples and their loved ones can enjoy the special occasion and celebrate for as long as possible. This historic venue offers a choice of a three-night midweek, or a two-night weekend wedding celebration stay, which includes delicious breakfast hampers for guests in their accommodation. Their accommodation consists of 15 luxury 4* bedrooms in their Manor House, which can sleep up to 28 guests. They also have 2 nearby cottages that can sleep up to 33 guests. There are plenty of function rooms for couples to choose from including their elegant wedding rooms, the Queen Anne Dining Room, and the Games Room which is perfect for wedding receptions, and there’s the option of having an outdoor ceremony. Sounds like the perfect venue to me!

11) The Vale Golf & Country Club

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The Vale Golf & Country Club is situated on 300 acres of the breathtaking Worcestershire countryside. Their event room and clubhouse have already been designed with all themes and colour schemes in mind, which gives a warm and luxurious feel, and gives couples the freedom to add their own decorations and create their dream wedding space without fear of things clashing. Couples will also get to work with their knowledgeable wedding coordinator who will make the planning stage easier so that the big day runs smoothly. This sporting venue also has luxury cabins that couples and their guests can book if they wish to extend their celebrations. Their 9 lakeside cabins have a private balcony that provides panoramic views of the area and includes a delicious first breakfast as newlyweds to get your energy levels back up, and you’ll also get a picturesque view of their golf course.

That’s all for our list of beautiful wedding venues in Worcestershire. We know venue hunting and wedding planning can become quite a stressful time but hopefully, we have given you some ideas with this list of hidden gems. Be sure to check out all of these options and then you can find out more information if any of them caught your eye. Remember, it doesn’t hurt to enquire about more than one as you can never have too many options, and you don’t want all of the dates to fill up. If sadly none of these wedding venues captured your heart, we have several other guides that you can use for inspiration!

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7 Fun Facts about Worcestershire:

1) The longest river in the UK (River Severn) flows through Worcestershire!

2) The county is home to the famous Worcester Sauce which was invented by two chemists in the early 1800s.

3) The last battle of the English Civil War took place on September 3rd, 1651, in Worcester.

4) William Shakespeare (the famous playwright) was married to Ann Hathaway in Worcester in 1582 when he was just 18, and they remained married until his death.

5) Worcestershire Wildlife Trust (one of 47 trusts nationally) is based in Worcester itself and with acres of greenery and so many species, this is understandable.

6) C.S. Lewis was inspired to write parts of the popular story of ’Narnia’, by his experiences in Worcestershire.

7) The world’s oldest newspaper is thought to be was Berrow’s Worcester Journal, first published in 1753, and it is still providing news online.


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Sophie Drew

Sophie has joined our team as a Marketing Assistant who loves to write content and is always keen to learn about everything going on in the world of digital. Sophie enjoys spending time with her Family, Friends and Boyfriend and loves to dance!

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